IAEA Awards First 100 Fellowships to Improve Gender Balance in Nuclear Field
News Story from 20th Nov 2020
The IAEA has awarded fellowships to a first group of 100 female students from around the world under a new initiative to help close the gender gap in nuclear science and technology.
The Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellowship Programme (MSCFP), named after the pioneering physicist, was launched by Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi in March to support women pursuing nuclear-related careers. Director General Grossi announced the inaugural class of fellows at this week’s IAEA Board of Governors meeting, which was held virtually from 18 to 20 November. “After their studies, the fellows will join the ranks of those working on peaceful uses of nuclear energy all over the world,” he said.
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Posted 6th Nov 2020
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